A Night at the Museum @ The Norm @ The Norm @ The Brooklyn Museum

Brooklyn's Culinary Diversity: An Eight Dish Feast


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Time Thu Oct 20
6 PM - 9 PM

Location The Norm @ The Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Price $48

A Night at the Museum @ The Norm

An evening at the Brooklyn Museum, including an exclusive eight-dish tasting dinner by Chef Saul Bolton showcasing his signatures for The Norm which will take you on a gastronomic tour of the culinary traditions that have helped make Brooklyn NYC’s most exciting borough.

Cuisine: American New

Meal: Other
Includes: Water
For Purchase: Beer, Specialty Cocktails, Spirits, Wine


Norm's Table Share
Bombay Snack Mix
crispy legumes, coconut, cilantro, red onion, & lime
Crispy Brussels Sprouts
crunchy chicharrones, nam pla, shallots, & chili
Golden Deviled Eggs
locally sourced eggs, w/ tomato fenugreek chutney
Crispy Curried Cauliflower
fresh curry leaf, garam marsala, ginger
Middle Course
Tonkotsu-style Ramen
48 hour broth, braised pork belly, poached egg, mushrooms, black garlic oil, bamboo shoots, & scallions
Tasting Plate
Pan-Roasted Atlantic Salmon
late summer vegetable ragu, lentils du puy
Pan-Roasted Chicken
stewed okra, chard, smoked onions
Sweet Norman (Dessert)
Jack’s Dark Chocolate Mousse
ginger spiked, whipped cream, sesame cookie

Inspired by the cultural diversity of Brooklyn, The Norm’s menu by Michelin-starred Chef Saul Bolton encourages a gastronomic exploration of the borough’s multi-cultural heritage, incorporating Indian, Mexican, Japanese, Middle Eastern, Caribbean, Indo-Chinese and all-American elements. That exploration is complemented by a setting which evokes on of the museum’s inner sanctum, its storage area where priceless works await their star turn in the galleries.

Website: http://www.thenormbkm.com/

Location: 200 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, NY 11238

The Norm @ The Brooklyn Museum photo


Saul Bolton photo

Saul Bolton

Chef Saul Bolton is Great Performances’ executive chef of The Norm and the cafe at Brooklyn Museum. Having worked with such James Beard Award-winning chefs as Gordon Hamersley, David Bouley and Eric Ripert, Chef Saul and his wife opened the eponymous Saul in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn in 1999. The restaurant earned a prestigious Michelin star (one of the first two Brooklyn establishments to be so honored). In 2010, Chef Saul added The Vanderbilt to his portfolio and then Red Gravy in 2013. He also owns Brooklyn Bangers, an artisanal sausage company, which he started in 2011.

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